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Old 06-30-2006, 12:53 AM   #1
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unix file system

hello all...
i want to know about the basic unix file system.about the boot block,super block,inode structure etc...!!!
in wat way is ext2 different from ufs...
i'l b very happy if somebody can give me appropriate link about ufs...
thanx in advance
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There is a book "UNIX Filesystems: Evolution, Design, and Implementation (VERITAS Series)" by Steve D. Pate published by Wiley Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 0-471-16483-6


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